A Short Critique of Kant’s Unreason 1 edition
A Short Critique of Kant’s Unreason is a brief critical analysis of some of the salient epistemological and ontological ideas and theses in Immanuel Kant’s famous Critique of Pure Reason. It shows that Kant was in no position to criticize reason, because he neither sufficiently understood its workings nor had the logical tools needed for the task.
It shows that Kant was in no position to criticize reason, because he neither sufficiently understood its workings nor had the logical tools needed for the task.
Kant’s transcendental reality, his analytic-synthetic dichotomy, his views on experience and concept formation, and on the forms of sensibility (space and time) and understanding (his twelve categories), are here all subjected to rigorous logical evaluation and found deeply flawed – and more coherent theories are proposed in their stead.
This essay is drawn from the author’s earlier book Logical and Spiritual Reflections.
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Table of Contents
|1. Kant’s transcendental reality 9|
|2. The analytic-synthetic dichotomy 33|
|3. Theory of knowledge 59|
|4. Experience, space and time 71|
|5. Kant’s “categories” 95|
|6. Ratiocinations 119|
|7. How numbers arise 139|
|8. Geometrical logic 149|
|Addenda (2009-10) 161|
The Physical Object
Number of pages
|8.3 x 5.8 x inches|